#AALL17 – Austin, here we come!

Posted on 15th Jul 2017 in ICLR News

Team ICLR is in Austin, Texas for the 110th Annual Meeting & Conference of the American Association of Law Libraries. The theme this year is “Forego the status quo”, which is something we all seem to be having to do anyway these days, in the political sphere. But in the legal sphere, maybe the big changes are yet to come.


In the words of its promoters, this conference is our opportunity as a supplier of legal information, including key cases from the original Common Law jurisdiction, to “meet face-to-face with more than 1,600 industry leaders—the legal problem solvers—as they search for your publications, technologies, products, and services.” They say everything’s big in Texas, and this conference is no exception. On with the show!

The ICLR team in Austin is Daniel Hoadley, Head of Marketing, who tweets as @DanHLawReporter, and Paul Hastings, Account Manager, who tweets as @Hasto1.

First task has been to experience a proper Texas barbecue, as Paul relates via Twitter:

Something of a consuming passion, which has apparently been satisfied:

If you’re at the conference, make sure you come and find us at our stand, No 822. For convenience, here is a floorplan with the location marked: AALL2017FloorPlan-ICLR

We’ll be offering delegates a sneak preview of ICLR’s great new platform, ICLR.3 which we are launching later this year.


UPDATE: Sunday 16 July.

Daniel gave a demo…

You can see the home page of ICLR.3, with its feed of new content cards, colour coded to reflect the legal topic of the case.









We’ll have more in due course. Keep us in view.